Hello all, I just wanted to put a post up about Crossover by CodeWeavers. I have read some posts on here where people have had some issues with running Sword Searcher on Crossover. I have been running SS on Parallels for 5 or 6 years. Over the years I found that Parallels really slowed down my system and I was running that extra platform just for SS. I recently bought a MacBook Air to replace my ailing 6 1/2 yr old MacBook and decided I wasn't running two operating systems on it. I downloaded the trial version of Crossover and emailed back and forth with their sales support to figure out how to load SS onto Crossover. There was a little bit of a learning curve especially loading my pre-purchased SS modules. I purchased the latest version of SS and SS is now running fabulously. It's so nice having a quick responsive computer again. I was considering moving away from SS only because I didn't think there was an option for me to run it. There are tools on SS that I was going to seriously miss and I am ecstatic that I don't need to move to another Bible program. Here is probably the best page to download Crossover for your SS. https://www.codeweavers.com/compatibility/browse/name/?app_id=11938 As Brandon Staggs has said in some of the forum posts it is essential that you install Crossover with the proper CrossTie. I accidentally tried to install it without the CrossTie and SS kept crashing while it was trying to open up. Crossover support gave me the following link with instructions for e Sword and the instructions are pretty much the same for Sword Searcher. https://www.codeweavers.com/compatibility/browse/name/?app_id=1459;tips=1#tip4407 An additional goodie is that if you are a Sword Searcher customer Crossover will give you a 25% discount. I hope this can be of some help to those running SS on Macs. I could write up a brief tutorial if it would be helpful of what I have learned. Having said that, I am no authority on the subject. Take care, Greg P.S. The attached file is Sword Searcher running flawlessly on Crossover.